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    Wolf of Wall Street is a film filled with sex, drugs, and lots of money. It was directed by Martin Scorsese, and released on December 25th, 2013. The movie revolves around the life of Jordan Belfort, a stockbroker who founded his brokerage firm, Stratton Oakmont. After watching the trailer multiple times, it can be concluded that the audience targeted were mainly adults and teenagers. Even more specific, they use rhetoric to appeal to large groups like college students by showing party scenes,…

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    that it can have an impact on a youths mind. The wolf of Wall Street follows the rise of a young money driven stockbroker out of long island, NY. Jordan Belfort a young broker is a story of rags to riches. He teams up with a friend to create Stratton Oakmont, a brokerage firm in New York. With the motto “don’t hang up till they buy or they die” a small brokerage of 20 exponentially grew to a staff of over 250. With the with the testosterone driven mind Jordan…

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    Wolf of Wall Street is a film filled with sex, drugs, and lots of money. It was directed by Martin Scorsese, and released on December 25th, 2013. The movie revolves around the life of Jordan Belfort, a stockbroker who founded his brokerage firm, Stratton Oakmont. During the commercial, the characters appear to be surrounded by luxurious amenities, such as gorgeous homes and expensive vehicles. They show the use of illegal substances and also show how employees on Wall Street foolishly spend…

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    Martin Scorsese’ s The Wolf of Wall Street (2013) is a based on the story of notoriously wealthy stockbroker Jordan Belfort that glorifies his rise to the top of Wall Street. Scorsese shows a glamorous world of Wall Street, where millions of dollars are made and the businessmen reap the benefits by living a fast life of drugs, hookers and fast cars. Although the movie is a fast paced and humorous, Scorsese points out many underlying issues with gender and how women are misrepresented in in…

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